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Spring Attempts Arrival

Ir appears that Spring is trying to come in for a landing today.


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Second attempt today

Crocuses have lit up the runway. Spring is cleared for an approach.

This is your pilot speaking. Light winds in Brattleboro, temperature 54. Local time is 10:52. Please keep your seatbelt on until spring has reached the gates. Thank you for flying Winter.


Seems like Spring stopped

Seems like Spring stopped here briefly and now Summer has stopped by! 81 degrees on my front porch! All the plants lining the walkway sprung up in 2 hours today- crocus; tulips, jonquils. No flowers yet but I'm thinking that's only a few days away.Although today is beautiful and I am happy to see the sunshine this jump into summer temps does not bode well for our lovely planet. Seems like we're down to 3 seasons for the 2nd year in a row. Winter- a few days of wet spring like weather then hot. I can't imagine what is happening because apparently the climate change thingy is just a myth.


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